[jitsi-users] BUILD FAILED


#1

Dear all,

Please note that i imported the project to Eclipse then opened Ant window, right-click on 'rebuild'> Run as> Ant Build:
I got the below error:

Buildfile: <path>\workspace\jitsi\build.xml
clean-bundle-repositories:
clean-test-reports:
clean-macosx:
clean:
init:
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\classes
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\doc\api
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\macosx
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\linux
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\windows
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\freebsd
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\solaris
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\android
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\test-reports
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\test-reports\html
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\release
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\log
-pre-version:
version:

BUILD FAILED
<path>\jitsi\build.xml:486: Class not found: javac1.8

Total time: 15 seconds

Please I need help in resolving this issue.

Thank you.


#2

Dear all,

Regarding the below error, the problem is solved. Now i am trying to add svsp protocol to Jitsi. I got the java classes for the protocol, i just need someone to tell me where I should add them.(under which package) and if I have to do some changes for the existing code in order to apply the protocol.

Please i need an urgent help if anyone can help asap.

Thank you.

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From: tania.awadik@hotmail.com
To: users@jitsi.org
Subject: BUILD FAILED
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 2015 17:10:07 +0300

Dear all,

Please note that i imported the project to Eclipse then opened Ant window, right-click on 'rebuild'> Run as> Ant Build:
I got the below error:

Buildfile: <path>\workspace\jitsi\build.xml
clean-bundle-repositories:
clean-test-reports:
clean-macosx:
clean:
init:
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\classes
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\doc\api
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\macosx
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\linux
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\windows
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\freebsd
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\solaris
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\android
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\test-reports
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\test-reports\html
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\release
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\log
-pre-version:
version:

BUILD FAILED
<path>\jitsi\build.xml:486: Class not found: javac1.8

Total time: 15 seconds

Please I need help in resolving this issue.

Thank you.


#3

Dear developers,

Please can anybody give me an idea that would help me proceed.
I ran the Jitsi code on eclipse and it is working fine... Now i am asked to add the svsp protocol to Jitsi so that clients talk over the phone with security.
I already have all the java classes related to the protocol (the request and reply messages that clients need to send in order to accomplish a secured connection before they start their voip call conversation).
But the problem is that i do not know where i have to import these classes in the Jitsi project(under which package) and how to call these classes.
I really need an urgent help regarding this.
If anyone has an idea, i can send him the java classes related to the svsp protocol in order to try adding them to the project.

Appreciate any help i can get.

Thank you.

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From: tania.awadik@hotmail.com
To: users@jitsi.org
Subject: Urgent: Need to add svsp protocol to Jitsi
Date: Sun, 21 Jun 2015 10:53:53 +0300

Dear all,

Regarding the below error, the problem is solved. Now i am trying to add svsp protocol to Jitsi. I got the java classes for the protocol, i just need someone to tell me where I should add them.(under which package) and if I have to do some changes for the existing code in order to apply the protocol.

Please i need an urgent help if anyone can help asap.

Thank you.

From: tania.awadik@hotmail.com
To: users@jitsi.org
Subject: BUILD FAILED
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 2015 17:10:07 +0300

Dear all,

Please note that i imported the project to Eclipse then opened Ant window, right-click on 'rebuild'> Run as> Ant Build:
I got the below error:

Buildfile: <path>\workspace\jitsi\build.xml
clean-bundle-repositories:
clean-test-reports:
clean-macosx:
clean:
init:
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\classes
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\doc\api
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\macosx
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\linux
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\windows
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\freebsd
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\solaris
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\sc-bundles\os-specific\android
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\test-reports
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\test-reports\html
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\release
    [mkdir] Created dir: <path>\workspace\jitsi\log
-pre-version:
version:

BUILD FAILED
<path>\jitsi\build.xml:486: Class not found: javac1.8

Total time: 15 seconds

Please I need help in resolving this issue.

Thank you.